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I have the honor to inform you that the Reverend Mr Glendy intends to visit Washington in a few days, & will hold himself in readiness to perform Divine service on Sunday next the 16th. Inst . he will no doubt take the first opportunity of seeing you after he arrives in Washington. It woud give me great pleasure to accompany him, & wh. I will do, if Mr Bowdoin passes thro’ Baltimore in a few...
Just recollecting that the post for your part of the Country leaves tomorrow morning, I have only time to own receipt of your esteemed respects of the 20 th Ins t , & that in conformity to your request I have purchased six tons of plaister in the lump, & shipped it on board a vessel about to depart for Richmond , the price still continues high, & the article much in demand; I wish most...
Yesterday brought me your esteemed respects of the 5 th Ins t , requesting me to forward to the care of Gibson & Jefferson , half a dozen ton of plaister by the first vessel for Richmond , which shall have due attention, with respect to the quality, being myself no judge, I shall confide in a particular friend, & flatter myself you will find it good; at present our navigation experiences a...
On the evening of the 19 th Ins t I had the pleasure to receive your esteemed lines of the 16 th , inclosing a Df t on Brown & Hollins , which is accepted & forwarded to Gibson & Jefferson , it is my second Son who is the member of the house of B & H , he is now in
In the 5 th volume of Wait’s state papers, 2 nd edition, page 19, there is the following caption of a public document— “Message from the President of the U. States relative to French spoliations in Spanish ports, Decem 21. 1803” The message is not there, but immediately under the caption is the following note in brackets [“Message &c recalled & copy not to be found, it could not, however, be...
Permitt me to call to your recollection, that about three years past, you obliged me exceedingly by a letter you wrote to the Havanna, upon the subject of a very large sum of money attached there, my own property; Your letter I have good reason to believe had at the time its due effect, & about 12 or 14 months thereafter a Judgement was obtained to my satisfaction, but my opponents (the...
I inclose a letter for M r Brockenbrough for your satisfaction—The letter for M r Purking or Perkins will most likely be found in the General Post Office , in which case I have requested it may be sent to M r B . yourself. or me, as may be usual in such cases.— RC ( MHi ); endorsed by TJ as received 17 Apr. 1820, but recorded in SJL
Yours of the 23d with a remittance in full came to hand yesterday, & woud then have been answered, but I was anxious to satisfy your enquiry, respectg the remittance you wish to make to Leghorn, at present however I am unable to do it, but probably may in the course of a few days Yrs. very truly Upon reflection it is probable the Secretary of the navy, can place the money at Leghorn MHi :...
Allow me once more to use the freedom of addressing you & of introducting to your acquaintance, my friend Mr Van Alphen, a Native of Holland, but for some years past a resident of the Island of Java, from whence he arrived a few months past in a Ship, in which I am a part owner   Mr Van Alphen being (with his friend) desirous of viewing the Seat of our Governmt, before their departure for...
Having found the receipt for the articles sent, I have thot it best to forward it to you, altho’ I am informed the vessel is arrived, & no doubt they are safely delivered— The English news papers appear very anxious that this Country & France, shd. be in actual war—no doubt the French, breath the same language between America & England—but it is to be hoped, neither will be gratified.— Yrs....